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- Pay continues for displaced Malden Mills employees. McCurry, John // Textile World;Mar96, Vol. 146 Issue 3, p21
Presents the views of Malden Mills President Aaron Feuerstein on paying displaced employees by the company. Reason why employees are displaced.
- Loyalty saves Malden Mills. McCurry, John W. // Textile World;Feb97, Vol. 147 Issue 2, p38
Focuses on the role of employee loyalty in New England-based Malden Mills' recovery from a major fire on December 11, 1995. Loss of three major textile manufacturing facilities during the fire; President and chief executive officer Aaron Feuerstein's continued payment of the salaries of...
- How Malden Mills rose once again from the ashes. // New Hampshire Business Review;10/24/97, Vol. 19 Issue 23, p3
Details how Malden Mills Industries Inc. owner Aaron Feuerstein revived the mill's complex in Lawrence, Massachusetts after a fire destroyed three buildings. Decision that the employees would remain on the payroll during the reconstruction of the buildings; Features and design of the new plant;...
- Loyalty pays off for owner of burned mill. Coolidge, Shelley Donald // Christian Science Monitor;9/16/97, Vol. 89 Issue 204, p8
Reports on the rebuilding of Malden Mills in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The dedication of a new $130 million textile plant facility in September of 1997; The vow of owner Aaron Feuerstein to rebuild and rehire; The importance of loyalty to workers and to community for Feuerstein; How publicity...
- The best boss in the world. Kehoe, John // Biography;Oct97, Vol. 1 Issue 10, p38
Profiles Malden Mills owner Aaron Feuerstein. Educational attainment; Career in business; Contributions to the success of his company Malden Mills; Civic life; Expansion plans; Fire disaster at Malden Mills; Recovery plan of Feuerstein for his employees after the fire.
- The glow from a fire. Wulf, Steve; Witkowski, Tom // Time;1/8/1996, Vol. 147 Issue 2, p49
Relates how Aaron Feuerstein turned a tragedy into a tale of Christmas warmth for the workers at his Malden Mills textile factory in Methuen, Massachusetts. The boiler explosion which destroyed three of the factory's buildings; The effect on the town if the mill were to close; Feuerstein's...
- Feuerstein Gets Money for Malden. Ramey, Joanna // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;1/9/2004, Vol. 187 Issue 5, p29
Reports on the funds acquired by the Aaron Feuerstein to buy back Malden Mills Industries Inc. in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Emergence of the company from bankruptcy; Loans given by the Export-Import Bank to Feuerstein; Total loan acquired by Feuerstein.
- TW's 1997 leader of the year: Aaron Feuerstein. McCurry, John W. // Textile World;Oct97, Vol. 147 Issue 10, p35
Profiles Malden Mills owner Aaron Feuerstein, recipient of `Textile World' magazine's 1997 Leader of the Year award. Influence of grandfathers' teachings on Feuerstein's leadership style; Emphasis on research and development to produce high-technology fabrics; Recovery from the 1995 fire that...
- Lessons from an inspiration. Feingold, Jeff // New Hampshire Business Review;10/19/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 22, p3
Reports on the public lecture to be given by businessman Aaron Feuerstein, owner of the Malden Mills Industries, on November 15, 2001. Career background of Feuerstein; Information on a speech to be given by Feuerstein.